Throughout the last year, there have been a number of notable developments in EU and UK competition law. In our third video series, members from Norton Rose Fulbright’s London antitrust practice and leading competition law expert Richard Whish QC discuss insights into five key areas:
February 21, 2018
Governance & Conduct series: Barriers to effective governance
February 09, 2018
With GDPR only four months away from implementation, we thought now was a really timely opportunity to give our views on five of the key areas that organisations should be following up on to make sure they are ready for ‘go live’.
Richard, thanks again for coming to speak to us about the trends in competition law that we can see emerging over the course of 2018. I would like to cover merger control enforcement and private litigation, starting with merger control.
January 31, 2018
Richard, I wondered if I could begin by asking you about the starting point for considering excessive pricing to be an abuse of dominance. It’s a well-established type of abuse of dominance dating back quite some years, but perhaps you could elaborate on the basis for it and also the test for finding when a price goes beyond being high and becomes excessive.
Welcome to our discussion this afternoon of gun jumping which has become a very topical hot area in EU law recently.
The European Commission’s use of hybrid procedures – reeled in?
December 06, 2017
Ian Giles and Richard Whish QC discuss their views on AG Wahl’s opinion in ‘Coty’ selective distribution.
Throughout the last year, there have been a number of notable developments in EU and UK competition law. In our second video series, members from Norton Rose Fulbright’s London antitrust practice and leading competition law expert Richard Whish QC discuss insights into four key areas.
May 15, 2017
Previously, we discussed the private enforcement of competition law across the EU and the potential impact of the Damages Directive on competition litigation.